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Thread: Clearing-up Ram

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    Any recommendations on a good program for clearing-up RAM?

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    Originally posted by 4th gen@23 March 2004 - 22:46
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    gottas agree with you on that one

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    Originally posted by 4th gen@23 March 2004 - 23:46
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    Ive tried several-onlyuse them/it when in heavy heavy load
    not quit sure what their point is-as in leaving them on all the time-they just seem to slow things down-for me that is.

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    Maxmem is very good, but its more effective if you don't use Windows 95, 98 or ME
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    FreeRAM XP Pro

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    I agree thats a good one FreeRAM XP Pro B)

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    thanks guys

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    FreeRAM Xp Pro is a memory hog itself.

    Maxmem is pretty good.

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    Hi

    i ve never bother'd with any of these ram progs.A waste of time,imo.

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